Margaret River Community Garden
Do you love gardening, but don’t have your own space to work on? Or maybe you just love chatting about plants and the favourite gardens you have visited. You can meet like-minded gardening enthusiasts at the Margaret River Community Garden at 41 Clarke Road, every Wednesday at 9am.
Morning tea will be at 11am and in the meantime you could investigate their ‘wicking beds’, the netted orchard or the bush food garden! You can actually rent a garden bed and join the fun.
Margaret River Community Garden, 41 Clarke Road, Wednesdays from 9am & tea at 11pm.
Details from Sally on 9757 2940.
Margaret River & Districts Historical Society
Is your piano taking up too much space and not getting used? If you would like to donate it to the Margaret River Historical Society, they will be delighted to use it frequently, when the primary school students visit the museum at the Old Settlement by the river. The students join in with the singalong of playground tunes.
Margaret River & Districts Historical Society, 69 Bussell Highway.
Contact – Shelley Wightman on email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret River HEART Entertainment
Margaret River residents who are passionate about supporting the arts and entertainment at the HEART are encouraged to apply to be a voluntary member of the HEART Sounding Board. You’ll meet twice a year and have a voice in the future programming of the venue.
Applications are open until Friday, 4th June.
To apply or to view the Terms of Reference for the group, https://yoursay.amrshire.wa.gov.au/heart-sounding-board
Hard copy application forms can be collected from the HEART Box Office between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday.
Darch Brook Community Planting Day
Friends of Darch Brook didn’t want any keen volunteers or new flora plantings blown away in the high winds! So, they postponed their planting day until Saturday June 12th. Then you can help restore a section of the Darch Brook foreshore.
Please meet at the start of the Boardwalk which crosses Darch Brook on Magpie Street, wearing comfortable shoes, long sleeves & trousers, and don’t forget the rain & sun protection! Bring a water bottle, your own gloves, trowel & rubber mallet if you have them. Tracey and Rick will be there to welcome you.
Register: Tracey Muir on 9759 2202 or email email@example.com.
Mailing address Nature Conservation Margaret River Region, PO Box 1749, Margaret River, WA 6285, Australia.
Death & Dying Matters – Augusta Margaret River
The next Margaret River sale at the Lions Shed is on Saturday 5th June and will feature a fundraiser for Death & Dying Matters. The group believes in “Living more fully by holding death as a natural part of life”. By fundraising, they will help to keep the Augusta Margaret River Community better informed.
Contact Paul Barlow on 0424 674 806 or Mary Flynn email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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